Stone Associates Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Pill Box, c. 1940

Notify me when this product is available:

This lovely, oval pill box was made by Edgar Caron who continued working after the Arthur Stone shop was sold and renamed Stone Associates. This rare item has a stunning, reflective surface. The slightly domed cover is secured with a beautiful hinge.

The fitting is so precise, the join looks like a horizontally chased line around the body. The bottom of the interior retains its original gilding.

Stone ran one of the most important arts & crafts silver shops in the country. Items were hand made using traditional silversmithing techniques. An innovator, Stone let the other masters who worked for him sign the items they made. This pill box was raised by Edgar L. Caron who achieved Master Craftsman' status at the Society of Arts & Crafts, Boston. For more information on Stone see Arthur J. Stone, 1847-1938: Designer and Silversmith.

This box is marked underneath with the Stone Associates' trademark, 'STERLING', and Caron's master mark of 'c'. It measures 3 inches wide by 2 inches deep by .75 inches high. It weighs 2.15 troy ounces and is in excellent antique condition.

Franklin Porter Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Tea Strainer and Stand, Danvers, MA, c 1930 Sold Out
Quick View
Franklin Porter Signed 'Inca' Pattern Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Charger, Danvers, MA, 1930 Sold Out
Quick View
Franklin Porter Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Condiment Jar, Danvers, MA, c. 1930 Sold Out
Quick View
Franklin Porter Signed Sterling Silver Arts & Crafts Salad Bowl, Danvers, MA, 1926 Sold Out
Quick View

Subscribe to our Newsletter